Common Money Sense to be Taught in Ontario Schools
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Common Money Sense to be Taught in Ontario Schools

The lack of “money sense” among Canadian youth has been an item of discussion and growing concern across the nation for some time now. In response, the Ontario government recently announced a pilot project that puts a focus on financial literacy within the Grade 10 curriculum. The pilot is aimed at revamping the current mandatory careers studies course by integrating… Continue reading »

Your New Way to Pay
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Your New Way to Pay

Have you joined the tap-to-pay movement? Consumers around the world are starting to eschew their wallets in favour of payment apps – but Canada’s banks are dragging their heels. While it remains to be seen when shoppers here will access the latest in tap tech, other new developments – from rewards to wearables – have recently hit the market. Read on to learn more about these exciting new options. Continue reading »

Students: Stop Overthinking Your Financial Future
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Students: Stop Overthinking Your Financial Future

A recent RBC study finds students are worried about the financial future – and it’s no wonder, as employment prospects are tight, and tuition costs high. When it comes to juggling jobs, classes and loans, it’s easy to become a stress case – here, Derek shares his tips for staying financially grounded as he enters his last year of college. Continue reading »